दीन दयाल उपाध्याय ग्रामीण कौशल्य योजना
ग्रामीण युवा को कुशल बनाना

India of the twenty first century is a dynamo of youth power. Youth need to be educated , educated vocationally and trained in a variety of skills. A youth force of over 30 billion exceeds total population of many countries in the world. A majority of youth reside in villages. Deen Dayal Upadhyaya was a social reformer and thinker who provided the idea of antyodaya, the upliftment of poorest of the poor. This scheme in his name is set to liberate, economically billions of indian youth to transform india into a super dynamo of peaceful progress for a better and equitable world.

india's young farmers engaged in  farming using scientific techniques

Farming is a major activity in india which is the potential food bowl of the world. This has been proved in covid crisis when india supplied food grains to many countries. Almost 60 % of occupations are agriculture related. Modern farming techniques will provide millions of jobs to rural youth.

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India’s march into AD 2100 envisages a rural india endowed with digital infrastructure. A major chunk of employment will be provided by rural youth who are not just familiarising themselves with computers and internet but are getting skilled in digital techniques. As we are dedicating ourselves to the cause of creating awareness among the rural masses of the many government schemes for the benefit of the less privileged, we at apnasamaj are closely involved in partnering with private and social organisations to carry the message of digitalising india into a clean india- clean air, clean water, clean earth and corruption free clean india.

The vision of Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Grameen Kaushalya Yojana is to transform the youth into a relevant and skilled force globally. NRLM, the National Rural Livelihood Mission is charged with the mission to add diversity to farming families while catering to the aspirations of growing educated youth in rural india.

Ministry of rural development announced 25th September as Antyodaya Diwas on 25th September 2014 and pledged to bring prosperity and contentment in the lives of poorest of the poor.

Mission Antyodaya: Empowering Rural India shows logo with four women sitting together for achieving desired results together we shall succeed
Mission Antyodaya: Empowering Rural India

The Government estimated that over 100 million youth are seeking employment. It has been found that nearly 50 million jobs for workers skilled in diferent areas are unfilled. There are 55 million rural youth without appropriate skills and jobless. This scheme seeks to fill this gap by skilling rural young men and women alike.

strong economy  and growth are to be tackled together in the backdrop of the national flag
3D rendered concept of the state of the economic and finance markets in India.

India is geared to train its below poverty youth population with the help of 5000 partners who have supported this initiative with investment, capacity building, and linkages to international placements for training purposes. At present the scheme is applicable in 27 States and 4 Union Territories. 1890 projects are being implemented in over 600 trades from various inductries. 8.5 lakh job placements have been recorded and 14 lakh young persons trained. This is a magnificent record.

poster showing work ethics to students.1.wear mask before leaving home for work.2. keep one metre distance from co worker 3. wash hands with soap. do not spit in open. do not touch your nose ,eyes or mouth with hands, drink hot water , if any symptoms visit doctor at once

To bring communities out of poverty, Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Grameen Kaushalya Yojana is providing placements to youth trained in different skills helping in sustained upward movement of communities below poverty line.

Candidates in age group 15-35 trained till now 12,69,442 at a cost of Rs. 35,000 crores Placements Provided till now 7,60,365

Candidates are provided personal guidance and counselling training is provided in fully equipped training centres Selection for a particular trade after finding the candidate’s aptitude after completion of training government recognised skills certificate is provided to candidate Placement opportunities are provided and job is given

Monitoring of training centres : State Governments monitor and evaluate the training provided by training centres and evaluate the projects . Trained teachers who are well qualified give training in using computers and tablets in addition to the skills training.

Free Training : Training is completely free of cost and inclusive of books and study material. In residential training centres accomodation and food is provided free of cost. Where applicable bio metric card, bank account and insurance is also done, if it is a requirement. If the candidate is given a job outside the State, a top up amount is given each month for six months to help the candidate to settle down. If the job is within the State but in a large town the top up amount is given for 3 months. If the job is within the district where candidate resides, a top up is given for 2 months. The money is credited directly into the bank account.

We have over 5,000 registered training partners currently and another 2,000 aspiring for the opportunity to work with us.

We are eager and process driven in our endeavour to invest, provide technical support, facilitate implementation and encourage innovations in skill training for employment. Together with State Skill Missions and/ or SRLMs (State Rural Livelihood Missions) we are committed to creating quality blue and grey collar manpower. To partner with us, all you need to have is expertise and share the vision to transforming rural youth into economically independent and globally relevant workforce.

Do you want to partner with us?

Training partners can register with DDU-GKY through a dedicated Partner Registration process. All you need to do is to complete a simple e-Form. Click here to go to the eForm. To partner with us, you will need a Temporary Registration Number (TRN) followed by the Permanent Registration Number (PRN). Please read the instructions to fill the eForm before you start completing it. You will need to have a few documents ready with you. Click here to see about the status of your completed eForm. It usually takes us 7 working days to respond.

For more information, download the brochure and guidelines.


1. Recruitment for the post of Mission Manager-State Partnership. The last date of submission of CVs is 16th August, 2022   [View Details]   [Download Application Form]

2. Recruitment for the post of Mission Manager-State Partnerships DDU-GKY. The last date of submission of CVs is 18th April, 2022   [View Details]

3. Recruitment for the post of Mission Manager RSETI Coordination. The last date of submission of CVs is 18th April, 2022   [View Details]

4. Recruitment for the post of National Mission Manager-Skills and Legal Affairs-Skills. The last date of submission of CVs is 27th October, 2021   [View Details]   [Download Application Form]

5. DDU-GKY division at NIRDPR, Hyderabad and NRO & IEC at MoRD, New Delhi are looking for staff for the various positions on contract basis.

6. Recruitment for the post of National Mission Manager- Finance Management (DDU-GKY). The last date for receipt of application along with the CV is 28th February 2020.

7. Recruitment for the position of Thematic Experts under National Academy of RUDSETI (NAR), sponsored by SDME Trust, Syndicate Bank & Canara Bank and funded by Ministry of Rural Development, Govt. of India. Last date for submission of online application is 26th November 2019.

8. Last date for receipt of application has been extended up to 15th October 2019, 1700 hrs (IST) for the post of National Mission Manager-Skills & Mission Manager-Monitoring & Evaluation.

9. Recruitment for the post of National Mission Manager-Skills and Mission Manager-Monitoring & Evaluation. The last date for receipt of application along with the CV is 10th October 2019, 1700 hrs (IST).

10. Recruitment for various positions in DAY NRLM & DDUGKY under Arunachal State Rural Livelihoods Mission, Arunachal Pradesh

11. Recruitment for the post of Mission Manager (Finance Management). Last date for submission is 28th June, 2019.

12. Recruitment notification for DDU-GKY projects in the State of Tripura

13. Recruitment notification for DDU-GKY projects in the state of Bihar

14. Recruitment notification for PMA NRO, New Delhi   [Apply]

15. Recruitment notification for DDU-GKY projects in the state of Karnataka   [View]   [Apply]

16. Application are invited from Indian Nationals for recruitment of posts at the Tripura Rural Livelihood Mission for implementation of Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Grameen Kaushalya Yojana (DDU-GKY) at Tripura

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apnasamaaj organisation is happy to join in appealing to various sections of society to come forward and provide a helping hand, there are 2000 potential partners in the waiting list to join as partner ( training centres for candidates).

Apna Samaaj

Our mission at Apna Samaaj is to connect underprivileged communities in India with the resources and opportunities they need to thrive. We aim to create a comprehensive platform that provides access to welfare schemes from government bodies and NGOs, as well as private organizations, helping to bridge the gap between those in need and those who can provide support. Through our efforts, we strive to empower individuals and communities, drive economic growth, and make a positive impact on society.